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Jan 16, 2013 1:00pm PST
under control? you could say republicans wouldn't give in on defense, these kids are going to be screwed or whatever. but to use them to your advantage, to make the point unless we get the spending under control, these kids will be left with the bill. >> the president is very talented. i'd love to spend money, but it's the republicans' fault and i got the kids up here to prove it. that is a little bit of stretch. >> neil: you do it like the village of the damned sort of thing, they slowly and sadly accept their fate? >> all of those kids on stage, by the time they are 65 they will owe about a million dollars at the right. forget about $52,000. one million dollars in the text ten years, we'll spend $4 trillion in bondholders and 2022 we'll be spend much more. >> neil: what is the likelihood of these kids they will never see social security or see medicare or medicaid? >> the likelihood possibly they could, but what kind of money will it be paid out in? it will be monopoly money. the money that you would have to make, it wouldn't matter. here is the $700 and loaf of bread is $800. technica
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Jan 14, 2013 1:00pm PST
'll be political but in the end if it is about money. >> neil: to argue in their defense, you know there is a rating system for movies and games. there is an open field for getting the most dangerous guns and that makes the difference. >> they do tend to argue that. rating system is theirs so kids under a certain age can't get into the movies but we know the culture is so widespread. >> and television it isn't raid and you can see this all times of day. so much of this hypocrisy gets down to their personal life. these are celebrities and public figures. i guaranteed the security person is packing heated. they have armed guns around them all the time, the idea they are arguing law abiding citizens should not have that right to protect themselves, their life and property. >> neil: the gun makers are making money, but not so when it concerns the money they are making. >> by the way. let me tell you something. what they do, because they keep needing to compete. the violence gets more and more graphic and worse. there we're not having a discussion, a national discussion about what this
FOX News
Jan 15, 2013 1:00pm PST
, including defense. what mulvaney wants to do with this amendment is offset some of the costs of the sandy bill, worth $17 billion. mulvaney said, look, we want to get the mon tote folks in new york, connecticut and new jersey. he is from south carolina. they certainly get hurricane there is. but he says, if these tough budget times, we have to offset this. >> neil: the amendment isn't given good prospects in the house. a lot of republicans are scared of the response that they got from chris christie, the governor of new jersey, when he said, quit pussy footing around and get the aid out. how important is that just to get this off their back? >> reporter: that's incumbent on a let of members here. a congressman from new york, managing this bill. she said, no offsets. chuck schumer said yesterday, if we start offsetting disasters, we will never pay for disasters. there is a lot of pressure there. jim moran, a democratic congressman from virginia said, look, do unto others as you would have them do unto you, the golden rule here. probably the most compelling thing on the flower all day was f
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